Diverse living would be what comes to mind in describing District 5 Central neighborhoods. From the famous Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of the 60’s flower children to the gay neighborhood of Castro, District 5 Central’s neighborhood diversity is appealing to a wide variety of residents. The Castro neighborhood extends from Eureka Valley and Duboce Triangle to Noe Valley in the South. Castro also contains the Castro Theatre.
District 5 Central is about in the center of San Francisco hence its name. If you want to escape from the famous San Francisco fog then this is one of the areas in which you will want to live. District 5 Central is also considered to be one of the sunnier areas. A variety of housing and architecture exists in District 5 Central from lofts and condos to row homes. There are also many locally owned shops giving you a village like feeling to the area. District 5 is also accessible with the Muni or BART which has a commute time of 10 minutes from downtown San Francisco. There are several parks in District 5 and Buena Vista Park is the oldest park in San Francisco. The District 5 Central’s 13 neighborhoods are:
- Glen Park
- Haight Ashbury
- Noe Valley
- Twin Peaks
- Buena Vista – Ashbury Heights
- Clarendon Heights
- Cole Valley – Parnassus Heights
- Corona Heights
- Duboce Triangle
- Eureka Valley – Dolores Heights
- Mission Delores
District 5 Central Homes for Sale
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